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UDAYTIIE HOCS CLAND ARGUS APRIL SO, ehoeto m tfc vatlity ot lutrie- ton employed by technical uutitu tioni la deteriorating to the pro feation on account ot the low sal aries offered for inch work. A committee has been appointed to work out a mri nr ..v.i. J2..,?tct Mine of enciaeers. teal work. The association also ried ont at th aixth .tonii .i! i? ' profaa- stands tor better license lawj, Mr.jUonal conference of the Aaertean Association of Engineer . which A Living Room Should Provided Rest, Comfort and Contentment , It Should Be Furnished for Daily Comfort, Yet With Taste and SERVICE SEEK TO STOP LOSS . ' J wuu i-ave mo uniei araieu, sua cueu "-u a graauated from recognized schools j of New York and Virginia adopt lneerinS and have the re- j ed by the state legislatures at the quired number of years' experience request of the association its exam whereas it is now being used pre-! plea of proper patent licencing miSCUOUSW YlV hoar! Hf.u .. I Jl-:-,-. i " in i. Lams May , was read by Mr. Drayer. E. H. Mi rhaeiis, secretary of the tri-city chapter cf the association, was appointed to represent his chapter at tbe meeting- . , :- at I erning members of the association one cf the bl oblecU cUIJ nd of ter hni-i The proarani which will be car- - uooo judgement. X taJ' Jfitlml Secretary, fdt Hat of Aaerfeai As ;; (fdatiei of EagiMers, :' : " -' i : Aims and achieyments of the ican Association of Engineers i wire graphically outlined by C E. j pnjtr, . national secretary and veil known authority on engineer ing subjects, at a meeting of tri tuy members of the association at T. W. C. A. last evening. At wggnct honoring Mr. Drayer was ( preceding the program. -ptitj engineer out of a Job is a Mi to the public,"-Mr; Drayer de Jjjrf. "And one of the bi$ pub lic services wmcn me a. a. iu. us doing is to; ilnd the right "kind of Hgploymeni lur iue ngm. u:u auu ; lice versa. At the same time the I lliociation endeavors 10 pretecv c ixperienced and untraineu help from fllling positions that require nan of greater knowledge This U pt to happen because men backj of enterprises are oiieu nut con-' tentat with the requirements a ,kllle(i engineer that he be capable rfdoina construction wor'.:. They Ut not technical but business men j tnd in seening to save money by em-j ploying cheap help entrust work1 to men who are totally incompetent ! o nerform it." i Ur. Drayer stated that the asso- i eiation had in the last month : placed 253 men on salaries mat ' complied with compensation sched-; gits worked out by engineer fi- i perls. That the govern men: rec-j ognises the value of the work wbich the A. A. E. is doing cau b-i seen ; from the (act that the association vu designated to be the repre- lentstive of the subordinate ;ro-I fmsional engineers in the etiuljv of railroads, he said. ; Seek lu Establish Ethic. The association is constantly! welting ways of raising the stand ards and ethical standing of thus mgiaeering profession, Mr. Drayer 1 explained. They are at present tn 1 Jearoring to increase the salaries ; of the teachiDg btaff in technical Saturday the Last Day of L. S, McCabe & Co's Semi Annual FURNITURE SALE CONCERT PHONOGRAPHS Here is a chance for musie lormg pecpit 10 have one, of the granaest phonographs on the market at wholesale price a ighf out of my cabinet shop. This phonograph is in mahogany and quartered oak in golden or turned finishes. 51 inches high, 24 inches deep, 23 inches wide. t will be pleaEsi to demonstrate them to you at my shop. WILLI FRANCK ,. CAHI.NET MAKER 32nd St. and 2tth Ave. Rock Island Crrwi Skaea in, lira ood Unmra At Forsberg's Walk Over Boot Shop JU Fifteenth Street, Mollne w. SehoU's Foot Comfort Ser. nee for wen aglj fToaei . This. saIe has made many Mends tor the McCabe store. Those who have made purchases dur ing tms sale now recognize better than ever the fact that we are giving our patrons value to the fullest extent, j ne sae cose Saturday and for this final day have arranged for a big concession. Make purchases early as possible. . We will offer for this one day only s AH Furniture And All Rugs Excepting Contract Goods At WhitiairRugs are excepted Drapery Specials for Saturday LOT I Consists of curtain nets in colors of ecru and white. An extra good value for the QQ. hnalday of the sale. Saturdav, vard OUk, LOT 2 In this assortment are 36-inch nets in white and ecru. A specially good variety of pat terns. A big-value for' PA Saturday, yard sJUL LOT 3 This lot consists of 42-inch nets of ivorv and white. A fine value at 95c yard 'JQf but for Saturdav, vard tL LOT 4 Colored madras in colors of blue, green and mulberry, 36 inches wide. Regular 1.25 and 1.50 yard. Priced for QPtf Saturday, yard VOL LOT j In this assortment are 36-inch printed marquisettes ina line variety of attractive de signs. Very special for the final day fiQ of the sale, yard " U7C LOT 6 Here are a few pieces of colored border scrims worth 50c and 6b'c yard. To close Qff out the lot, Saturday, yard OtlC We have employment for several thoroughlv experienced saleswomen. ROCK 1SIAND. hU IXiZiZ? I I i Three . U U . ' May Settee Chair Rocker Is the wide . luxurious type, spring edge, back and seat. Three handsome loose cashions. Best steel springs and con structed for lasting service. Is deep and restful. Spring seat and back. Frame solidly con structed for long service. Has wide arms, deep and roomy seat. Best of steel springs ia ; seat and back, lxiose cushion5 assures added cotufort. A rocker", full of real restfulness. Each piece is upholstered in an excellent quality tapestry of new design that is very neat and pleasing. This Suite A May Special at $298 Liberal Terms of Credit in AH Departments HI y FURNITURE -JlU COMPANY TRI-CITIES' MOST POPl'LAR Fl'RMTl'KE STORE 1615-1617 Second Avenue Rock Island, 111. a. Special for Saturday. May 1, 1920 AT THE Peoples Combination Markets 25c BUY WHILE IT LASTS Home Rendered Lard, lb The best ever rendered. All kinds of Fresh Home Dressed Beef, Veal and Pork at reasonable prices. : Please do your shopping in the morning as this hop will be closed between 2 and 4 tomorow. Rib Roast, rolled, no bone, per lb. . Rump Roast, rolled, "o bone, per lb. Roast, 2ac and Short Ribs, v Pw lb 32c Pork Loin, whole or half Whole Tork Shoulder fresh Sausage Meat .. p Butta, Per lb y Style Link 8&lage, per lb. Whole Fresh Hams, per lb. ... 30c 20c 16c 32c 24c 27c :28c ..28c 30c Salt Pork, per lb. ... Kohr's Picnic Hams Kohr's Jowl Bacon ....... Cudahy Hex Bacon, whole or half, lb. . . Compound Lard, 2 lbs Pure Pork Lard, per lb Beef and Pork Lard, 2 lbs Lincoln-brand Oleo, 2 lbs Swift's Clover Bloom Creamery Butter, lb. fresh home made wienies, franks, bologna liver wursts. 33c 21c 28c 40c 55c 25c 45c 60c 69c AND ith an order of meat Dundee milk, large size. 2 cans 25c; small size, 4 cans 25c. Ed Van Den Bussche, Prop. SI" Seventeenth street, Bock Island. Phone K. L el Slntlf street, Rock Island. Pboiie R. L 4W . . . . th St. and 4th Ave. B. L 79 For Style For Weor For Value Received Choose- Slices Dull Kid, ; Brown Kid, Patent Garden Ties $10.00 Patent, Bright Kid and Dull Kid $9.00 Brown Kid, Tan Calf, Black Kid $7.00 to $1 1.00 These and scores of other correct Spring models from which to choose at EACH OF OUR THREE STORES 0M i-BETTER DAVENPORT. MOUNES ROCK ISLAND. 118 W. 2nd St 412 15th 1807 2nd Ave. Special Values for SATURDAY Coats, Suits and Dresses . Values up to $65.00 for These garments represent all our regular stock. Not bought for sale purposes nor inflated prices. As our merchandise is all the very highest grade material and exclusive styles, it pays to shop here. f - I 224 West Second j T ml EAGL Rock Island Aerie No. 956 All members are requested to meet at Eagles Home, Twenty-first street and Fourth avenue, Saturday after- .... . noon,' May I , at 2 o'clock to take part in the parade. LET'S GO- ; JOS. j. GROTEGUT, Secy. 3"